Making Cabinet Doors – Detailed Version – Woodworking

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Making Cabinet Doors – Again

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Jens - Digital Woodwork - March 1, 2020

Another great project. Highest quality in the realisation.

Rick Swartz - March 1, 2020

very inspirational and timely-I’m getting ready to make a set of shop furn and now i’m going to put doors in – the math can be fun but i constantly remind myself to recheck the table saw settings

Wolf Gollnitz - March 1, 2020

The quality of your vids are continuously improving. Such a pleasure to watch and learn.

Ken Vincent - March 1, 2020

The shops looking really, really good John…

Jim Dockrell - March 1, 2020

I really like that cabinet with the bonus work surface included. Good thinking on the design and executed well. Oh, I forget to include tenon lengths too sometimes. The problem arises when I don’t realize that at my age, I forget that I forget sometimes….lol.

baconsoda - March 1, 2020

That’s brilliant!

wdh375xen - March 1, 2020

Awesome job as usual. I really liked that you centered on and walked through the measurement process in this video. 2nd nature to you perhaps but a big help to a majority of us I’m sure!

Alan Sauer - March 1, 2020

I watched this video for a second time. I’m so impressed. You are an excellent cabinet maker. The cabinets, drawers and doors. So beautiful

Derek Watson - March 2, 2020

so glad the UK went metric when I was at school dont have to bother with fractions! 😀

    jayhitek - March 5, 2020

    When you eat pieces of pie.. do you use metric or imperial to determine what is left.. 1/2.. 1/4.. And don’t just eat the whole pie and leave nothing left to prove the metric system is the only system..

vladimir campos - March 2, 2020

Thank you for the metric “translations”.

Greg Mislick - March 2, 2020

Man John, it’s looking GOOD in there!

Tom Denny - March 2, 2020

Really nice job, John. I appreciate the explanations during the construction as it helps make clear why, not just how.

Gerard Regnier - March 2, 2020

When are you going to produce plans for that “cool” table saw?

Lauri Männikkö - March 3, 2020

What a great teacher we have in John, thank you

Scott Dellefave - March 3, 2020

is there a functional reason why you chose construction adhesive instead of wood glue or just preference?

Garret Carson - March 3, 2020

Hey John,
Been with you from the beginning; just subbed to your Patreon. Wanted to let you know that I always appreciate whatever you choose to share on your channels. You bring an informed honesty to your projects that other makers lack, IMO. Also wanted to say that my dad has that same Hitachi mitersaw in his shop and it makes me nostalgic to hear it! Best of luck in all your hard work…
Garret

Zvonimir Babic - March 5, 2020

Absolutely marvelous, any better they would lough to us! Well done Mr John!

Germes G1 - March 5, 2020

I’m in love in your workshop! Keep it doing, it’s great!

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